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Getting back after Call Transaction

Hi, I had to call a standard SAP transaction which I am getting perfectly, but when I click on Back button on the standard transaction, I am going to previous screen in the standard trasaction which I do not want, I want to go back to either Easy Access or my zreport, is it possible.

I have tried using Leave Program, but the since it is standard tcode, it is working according to its

pf-status commands.

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  • Posted on Dec 22, 2008 at 01:00 PM

    Hi,

    Can you let me know the standard tcode which your working, i will check if i can help u?

    cheers

    j.

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    • Hi vickram,

      " but when I click back button it is cathing the fcode of the standard tcode, how can I remove this ie it should not go to sq02 initial screen it should go back to my report, how can I do this ? "

      Actually there is no error, when you click back, the system will go to each screen you simulated before going to your report.

      so if from report --> screen1 of sq02 --> screen2 of sq02.

      if you want to go back to report, you will have to click on back button twice (i.e. the number of screens simulated). Hope that this helps you.

      Regards,

      Dev.

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    Posted on Dec 23, 2008 at 04:59 AM

    Hi,

    Ur using Call transaction for T.code SQ02

    For this use Call Transaction and return then ofter completion of ur transaction it comes to ur program

    Press F1 on call transaction u found syntax for this....

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